Few meals make me feels as good as Beef Noodle Soup. The Chinese aromatics are so tasty and add even more nutrition to this dish. It’s a great way to use leftover roast beef.
This sweet and spicy one pot dish is a fabulous weeknight meal. It’s easy to make, full of nutrition and only needs a fork to eat.
Turmeric is an ancient spice with an earthy flavour and bright yellow colour that makes beautiful, bright dishes. This prawn and rice dish has amazing textures and flavours that make an amazing week night dinner.
Masala Chai is a spiced tea that fills the house with the beautiful aromas of cinnamon and ginger. It’s a sweet tea that should be lingered over with friends and family.
It’s easy to make your own pumpkin pie in the UK since the large supermarkets started selling tinned pumpkin. This iconic North American dessert is beautifully spiced with a soft texture.
October is the best month to get your Christmas Pudding started so that all the flavours can develop and deepen. Everyone gets a stir of the mixture and makes a wish. It’s a lovely glimpse of the warmth and festivities to come.
Padron Peppers are one of my favourite snacks to eat with a beer. These salty, sometimes fiery peppers are ready in minutes and transport me back to the first time I ate them in Barcelona.
We always end up growing more tomatoes than we can possibly eat in one summer so in September I pick the last of the crop and make sauces that I can use throughout the year.
Tofu and Carrot Noodles is such a versatile dish. It’s a great weeknight meal or serve it as a side dish for 4 people. It’s good hot or cold and it’s simply delicious.
Prawn Mayo is one of my top 3 sandwiches. It has to be on brown, seeded bread and the sauce has to be made with my 2 extra ingredients.